Air Conditioner and Heater for Tents
Choose ClimateRight™ – because tent camping in comfort is more enjoyable!
Our rugged, portable units remove excess heat and humidity from an enclosed 10’x10’ or 10’x20’ max size camping, RV, military or even back yard tent. ClimateRight air conditioning and heating units enable a good nights’ sleep as well as cooling and heating during the daytime. The CR5000ACH will satisfy the needs of a small pop-up tent. The CR10000ACH will cool down a well enclosed tent structure up to 10’x20’.
We also owns the distribution rights for the best portable generators on the market – Westinghouse. We tested all of them. Westinghouse has the best ast starts, extreme quiet, long run times, low harmonic distortion to ensure no damages to expensive electronics, and key plug-ins most RV and campers prefer. Check these out to power your tent electronics needs.
For best performance, pitch the tent in the shade during the hottest part of the day. Shade trees should be to the south or west of the tent.
In order to keep too much air from passing through the ceiling mesh, it may also be helpful to lay fabric or plastic over some of the mesh netting while your ClimateRight is in operation. Leave enough ventilation for breathing.
ClimateRight tent air conditioners should all run comfortably on the basic, 120 volt, 15 amp electrical service that is available to any electric campsite or at least Westinghouse 2000w generators. (Check amperage if you have lots of products to power).
* Campers should be aware that outdoor rated extension cords are a must for safety. Be careful to ensure you have the proper equipment if not using a generator. Outdoor extension cords rated at 15 amps or higher. The extension cord should be in good condition, with no gaps in the insulation.
* Tent campers should try not to run electrical devices when the ground has been wetted by rain.
ClimateRight does not Warranty or recommend permanent mounting of our AC and Heating units. The reason for this is that we cannot control the quality of aftermarket mounting, and wear and tear related to applications unknown to us. We specifically do not recommend or Warranty permanent mounting on Truck Cabs, Trailers, RVs, and Campers.
You "saved our lives"! Feels great in the tent - no humidity. Maybe we'll sleep tonight.
Steve W - Lake Erie